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Craig Woollard

Motorsport historian and journalist Craig Woollard has had an unusual path to a career in motorsport. After graduating from the University of Essex with a degree in mathematics in 2013, he changed his career path immediately after discovering a talent for writing. After occasional freelance work in 2015 and 2016, he joined the Autosport Academy for 2017. In the same year, he became an archive digitiser at Motorsport Images - which is his full-time job to this date.

Indy Grand Prix of Alabama Preview

After a relatively sensible race (in comparison to the first two rounds) at Long Beach, IndyCar heads to the Barber Motorsports Park for the fourth round of the season, and the last before the month of May. With three winners from three teams from three races, all eyes are on whether we can see another name to add to that …

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Indy Grand Prix of Long Beach Preview

The 2015 IndyCar season has not got off to a smooth start at all. After a debris-fest at St. Petersburg, a crash-fest occurred at a damp Louisiana for the second round of the season. With a surprise winner and a few penalties being handed out post-race, the championship table has some names in unusual places as the teams head to …

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Indy Grand Prix of Louisiana Preview

After a somewhat controversial opening race of the season at St. Petersburg where there was debris absolutely everywhere, IndyCar heads to the NOLA Motorsports Park for what will be the only new race of the season. Teams and drivers have already tested around the circuit, so it will already be quite familiar to a number of them. After Penske absolutely …

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2015 Grand Prix of St. Petersburg Preview

IndyCar is back this weekend after a seemingly endless Winter break which started all the way back in August with the 2015 Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. For those familiar with IndyCar, the series will look significantly different this year with the introduction of aero kits. For those not-so-familiar with the series, 24 drivers will line up on the grid …

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IndyCar: What is all the Fuss About?

This year, the Verizon IndyCar Series will have no less than six champions in the field. The ever-increasing field of talented drivers produces fantastic racing year in, year out. With 16 races between March and August, the schedule is tight, the racing is even tighter, and the championship has gone down to the wire in every year since 2005, meaning …

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